Lauren Brockbank, daughter of Alan and Shelly Brockbank of Morrisonville, has been inducted into Rochester Institute of Technology’s Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor Society. She is a graduating fourth-year student in marketing in RIT’s Saunders College of Business.
Local students who have have indicated their commitment to transfer to SUNY Potsdam include: Tiffany Adas of Plattsburgh, Meghan Barnes of Hogansburg, Jenna Bazdaric of Dickinson Center, Morgan Bishop of Dickinson Center, Matthew Coupal of Champlain, Karley Cree of Hogansburg, Daniel Frederick of West Chazy, Shannel Garrow of Hogansburg, Tyrell Johnson of Hogansburg, Emily Lapage of Moira, Ashlyn Lazare-Cole of Hogansburg, Sarah Lucey of Moira, Cassaundra Phillips of Hogansburg, Lori Simon of Hogansburg and Tamra Thomas of Hogansburg.
Emily E. Keable of Chazy has been inducted into St. Lawrence University’s chapter of Omicron Delta Epsilon, the international honorary society for economics. Keable, a member of the Class of 2015 at St. Lawrence, majors in economics and government and is a graduate of Chazy Central Rural School.
Danielle Eble of Vermontville received the Twiness Award from Boston University College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences. The Twiness Award is presented in recognition of seniors who exemplify the ideals of service, loyalty, thoughtfulness and excellence of scholarship. Eble is currently applying to medical school for entrance in fall 2015 with the goal of becoming a reconstructive plastic surgeon.
Joshua R. Bridge, son of Laura and Scott Bridge of Essex, has been named to the Dean’s List at Hamilton College for the spring semester. He majors in psychology and theater and is a graduate of Willsboro Central High School.
Morrisville State College recently named five local residents to the Dean’s List for the spring semester: Jessica Spaulding of Elizabethtown, Johnathon Cayea of Lyon Mountain, Kirstin Lagree of Saranac Lake, Nicole Lagree of Saranac Lake and Emily French of Westport.
SUNY Potsdam has accepted the following residents who graduated from local schools for the fall semester: Miranda Bell of Cadyville, Saranac Central School; Lauren Brace of Moriah, Moriah Central School; Keagan Briggs of Peru, Seton Catholic Central; Kailey Brunell of Altona, Northern Adirondack Central School; Kaitlynn Buckley of Gabriels, Saranac Lake High School; Madison Bushey of Plattsburgh, Plattsburgh Senior High School; Andrew Caswell of Plattsburgh, Peru Junior-Senior High School; Kane Cayea of Ellenburg Center, Northern Adirondack Central School; Bradley Cech of Plattsburgh, Beekmantown Central School; Madeline Cook of Chateaugay, Chateaugay Central School; Aaron Cross of Morrisonville, Saranac Central School; Morgan Dean of Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga High School; Nicholas Dominic of Constable, Franklin Academy High School; Dylan Doran of Chazy, Chazy Central Rural School; Christen Durham of Plattsburgh, Beekmantown Central School; Garrett Frady of Plattsburgh, Plattsburgh Senior High School; Jacob Frostick of Morrisonville, Saranac Central School and Kaitlin Fye of Dickinson Center, St. Regis Falls Central School; Coleman Granger of Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga High School; Dominique Jacobs of Hogansburg, Salmon River Central School; Isaac Kinney of Chateaugay, Chateaugay Central School; Heidi Kreckel of Chazy, Chazy Central Rural School; Alexandra Lashway of Moriah, Moriah Central School; Molly Lawliss of Peru, Peru Junior-Senior High School; Morgan Lintner of Mooers Forks, Northeastern Clinton Central School; Katrina Martin of Fort Covington, Salmon River Central School; Savannaha Martinez of St. Regis Falls, St. Regis Falls Central School; Morgan Meachem of Moriah, Moriah Central School; Lindsey Mesec of Mooers Forks, Northern Adirondack Central School; Nelson Moore of Saranac, Saranac Central School; Hunter Neufang of Fort Covington, Salmon River Central School; Patrick Printup of Hogansburg, Massena Central High School; Jacob Remchuk of West Chazy, Beekmantown Central School; Matoaka Riedi of Lake Placid, Lake Placid Central School; Kylie Rivers of Mooers, Northeastern Clinton Central School; Alexander Ruzbacki of Newcomb, Newcomb Central School; Katelyn Snide of Mooers, Northern Adirondack Central School; Cameron Vannatten of Plattsburgh, Beekmantown Central School.
Kelsey Rochelle Burdo of Peru, daughter of Chad and Kim Recore and Neil Burdo of Plattsburgh, has been named to the Dean’s List at Keuka College in Keuka Park. Burdo, a senior, is studying psychology.
The following local students have been named Presidential Scholars for the spring semester at Clarkson University: Patrick E. Fitzgerald of St. Regis Falls, civil engineering; Brian M. Ashline of Burke, global supply chain management; Nicklas Liam Makowski of Keeseville, aeronautical engineering; Zachary J. Denton of Elizabethtown, environmental health science pre-physical therapy; Derek J. Dustin of Fort Covington, biology; Jessica L. Beach of Constable, biology; Raymond L. Phillips of Hogansburg, electrical engineering; Dana Violet Chapman of Plattsburgh, civil engineering; and Samantha L. Williams of Saranac Lake, psychology/pre-physical therapy.
Alice Hyde Medical Center Auxiliary Scholarship Winners have been awarded to the area students for study at their chosen fields and universities. The students and the high school they graduated from are Franklin Academy: Sarah Benware, pre-med at University of Vermont; Schyler Bombard, radiologic technology at North Country Community College; Brooke Bronner, nursing at Nazareth College; Morgan Fountain, nursing at North Country Community College; Alex Johnson, doctorate of pharmacy at Albany College of Pharmacy; Emily K. Marshall, biology/pre-med at SUNY Plattsburgh; Danni-Ann St. Mary, practical nursing-LPN at North Country Community College/Saranac Lake; Alyssa Tatro, physical therapy at Sage College or Albany; St. Regis Falls Central School: Corey LaBounty, nursing at North Country Community College; Brandon Votra, pharmaceuticals at Albany College of Pharmacy; Salmon River Central School: Becca Leroux, nursing at North Country Community College; Brushton-Moira Central School: Brianna Brockway, practical nursing at North Country Community College; Veronica Stauffer, nursing at Roberts Wesleyan College.
Also, 14 graduate students were awarded auxiliary financial scholarships: Curtis Blow, Franklin Academy, doctor of pharmacy at Albany; Racheal Duquette, St. Regis Falls, nursing program at SUNY Canton; Emily Friend, Franklin Academy, North Country Community College/Saranac Lake, radiologic technology; Emily Hutchins, Franklin Academy, nursing at Clinton Community College; Emily Kemp, Franklin Academy, radiologic technology at North Country Community College; Terri L. Kane, former Franklin Academy graduate, registered nursing North Country Community College; Mackenzie King, Brushton-Moira Central School, Ithaca College physical therapy; Tamie L. Langdon, studying registered nursing at North Country Community College, obstetrics/maternity care; Erica Sauther, Franklin Academy, SUNY Potsdam, biology/physician assistant; Colleen White, Franklin Academy, University of New Hampshire, family nurse practitioner; Adrian Martin, formerly Brushton-Moira Central School, now SUNY Buffalo), medical arena stroke research eventually becoming orthopedic surgeon; Carl Moore, formerly Franklin Academy, biology from SUNY Geneseo doctor of veterinary medicine at Cornell; Jared Pitt, formerly Franklin Academy now North Country Community College radiologic technology and Marci Wood, formerly Chateaugay Central School nowAlbany College of Pharmacy/St. Michael’s, doctor of pharmacy degree.
The Northeastern Zone of the New York State Retired Teacher Association have announced this year's scholarship winners: for Clinton County, Jennifer Cowling, who attends Saranac Central School and will be attending SUNY Plattsburgh, and for Essex County, Lily Whalen, who attends Elizabethtown-Lewis Central School and will be attending LeMoyne College.
James Ford of Peru and Elena Beideck of Saranac Lake have been named to the President's List at SUNY Geneseo. Also, local students named to the Dean's List at SUNY Geneseo are Emma Deshaies of Plattsburgh, Benjamin Ford of Peru, Katrina Buck of Saranac Lake, Camryn Lieb of Saranac Lake and Brooke Remchuk of West Chazy.
Plattsburgh resident Keane McCullum has graduated from Messiah College, Mechanicsburg, Pa. McCullum graduated magna cum laude with a degree in biochemistry and was also a member of the College Honors Program.
Rachel Covey of Peru graduated from Pomfret School, Pomfret, Conn., in May. The institution is an independent college preparatory boarding and day school for grades nine through 12 and post-graduates.
Taylor Fehr of West Chazy earned a Bachelor's Degree from Wells College in Aurora. Fehr majored in English with a concentration in creative writing, graduating cum laude.
Willis D. Reid Breyette, son of Scott Breyette of Plattsburgh and Jerie Reid of West Chazy, has been named to the Dean’s List for the spring semester at St. Michael’s College. Reid Breyette is a junior in political science at the liberal arts and sciences residential Catholic college located in Burlington.
Michael Rocheleau of Plattsburgh, who attended Plattsburgh Senior High School, received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Park University, Parkville, Mo., where he studied liberal studies/history.
Mary McAuliffe of Peru received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, Mass.
Justin B. Rose of West Chazy, a freshman in chemistry at Virginia Military Institute, has been named to the Dean's List. He is the son of Robin L. Rose.